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Faith Lutheran Oregon, Wisconsin
The podcast for Faith Lutheran Church in Oregon, Wisconsin. Podcasting sermons and occasional Bible Studies. Hosted by Pastor Jeff Hendrix.
6 days ago
Groaning for Greater Glory | Trinity 4
Sermon on Romans 8:18–23 by Rev. Jeff Hendrix. Paul’s letter to the Romans in chapter 8 is a beautiful sermon of hope, a sermon about liberty, a sermon about the present age and the future, about life and death. It’s a sermon about the church, about forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting. And it's a sermon about groaning... #Trinity #Sermon #Lutheran #Romans #Forgiveness #Justice
Jun 29, 2020
Cast All Your Anxiety on Him | Trinity 3
If the violent riots last week in Madison have revealed anything, it is that our society has an incredible and dangerous amount of pent-up anxiety. Unfortunately, our society has all but shoved the way to relieve that anxiety out the window. Hear why God's Holy Absolution is what our world needs more than ever. #Lutheran #Sermon #Madison #Riots #Protests #Anxiety #Stress #Forgiveness #Restoration
Jun 22, 2020
Love Poured Out | Trinity 2
There are people who feel unloved. Maybe you do, too. 1 John 3:13–18 gives us two reasons why. Even with all the talk about love and acceptance in our world, this hasn't made things any better. God's solution, however, is different. He pours out His love to us, and into us.
Jun 15, 2020
Love as the Result, Not the Means | Trinity 1
Love is exhausting. And we've made our love into the solution to all the world's problems. But our love can't save; the law condemns; our love condemns. The law can never be completed. The Law says “do this, and it is never done.” We can never love as we ought. But God is love. This idea, this declaration, turns love from law to gospel. From “do this” to “it is done already.”
Jun 8, 2020
The One Thing You Should Know About God | Trinity Sunday
Many in our country are deeply hurting due to the effects of sin. But "Oh the depths of the riches and wisdom and knowledge of God!" Only a God who knows the deep hurt that His people feel is one who can heal it. So although the Triune God is an unminable source of riches, wisdom, knowledge, judgements, promises, here is what you should know about God. Sermon preached by Rev. Jeff Hendrix on Romans 11:33–36 for Holy Trinity Sunday #HolyTrinity #Romans11 #Sermon
Jun 3, 2020
The Pentecost Feeling vs. The Pentecost Promise (Pentecost Exordium, Hymn & Sermon)
Most Christians get the Holy Spirit wrong, and end up trying to recreate Pentecost to feel the Holy Spirit. But the promise of Pentecost is that the Holy Spirit is with you, whether you feel Him or not. Sermon by Rev. Jeff Hendrix for Pentecost Sunday 2020, touching on COVID-19 as well as the unjust killing of Floyd George, plus the confirmation of our confirmand.
Jun 3, 2020
The Spirit of the Fear of the Lord (Pentecost Vigil Sermon)
A sermon for the vigil of Pentecost 2020, a worldwide effort from seven different churches around the world meditating on the sevenfold gifts of the Spirit from Isaiah 11:1-2. Rev. Jeff Hendrix preaches on the gift of the "fear of the Lord."
May 30, 2020
Hear the Words of the Persecuted | Exaudi Sunday
Sermon on 1 Peter 4:7-11, which is Peter's letter to a persecuted church. Here Rev. Jeff Hendrix preaches on Peter's words on how to be persecuted.
May 30, 2020
The Ascension Promise | Ascension Thursday
Sermon based on Acts 1:9-11 by Pastor Jeff Hendrix. The Ascension isn't just an event, it's a promise.
May 17, 2020
Rogate | Easter 6
Sermon based on James 1:22-27 + John 16:23-33. Jesus has told us to pray, but are we too enlightened to pray? Do we think we can fix the world's problems by the law? If the current world is any indication and how we've gone about fixing it, that certainly seems to be the case. We could use some help realizing that some things are out of our control. And so we pray, because they are not out of our heavenly Father's control He will hear us. The earth will submit to His will. And your joy will be complete, in Jesus’ name.
May 16, 2020
Gati Grundmanis Funeral Sermon (sermon only)
Sermon preached on Romans 8:31-35, 37-39 for the Christian Burial and Committal of Gati Grundmanis on May 16, 2020
May 16, 2020
Gati Grundmanis Burial Service (complete service)
The Christian funeral and committal of our brother in Christ, Gati Grundmanis on May 16, 2020
May 3, 2020
Rejoice, the Lord is King | Easter 4
How do we deal with the real and difficult ethical issues today? Is it most ethical to save as many lives as possible despite the economic cost? Or is it most ethical to open businesses because there is a great cost for saving lives? You can watch this debate play out in the halls of government and social media. This also affects churches. Is it most ethical to allow churches to meet and minister to the real spiritual needs of people in large groups, or is it not, for the sake of personal physical health. There are no easy answers to any of this. And while on the one hand, we do want to be concerned with government overreach, we have to be very careful that we do not jump to the conclusion that someone who disagrees with our opinion must be evil, or that they are necessarily persecuting us. St. Peter in 1 Peter 2:11-20 has some relevant advice for us in our day. He even would say that there can be joy, even if we have to suffer under the law. #COVI…
Apr 27, 2020
Sure You Want to Follow This Shepherd? | Easter 3
Sermon on 1 Peter 2:21-25. Scripture calls Jesus the “Good Shepherd.” It’s probably the most common depiction of Jesus. And maybe we have a picture of a Jesus in our minds who leads us to green pastures in this life, who will show us the ten steps to get the greener grass on the other side of the fence. Who will work everything out in the end, who will make sure we are more “blessed” than before with our earthly life. But St. Peter paints a very different picture of our Good Shepherd. He is our Leader not to greener pastures and contentment, but our Leader, our Shepherd, of suffering. And He’s a shepherd who actually promises that if we follow Him, we will suffer. What good is this this 'Good' Shepherd? #Easter #GoodShepherd
Apr 20, 2020
When You Don't See Jesus | Easter 2
Sermon for the 2nd Sunday of Easter. A lesson on faith. Thomas didn't see Jesus. He had isolated himself by choice from the fellowship of the disciples, which had led him to unbelief. He finally believed when He saw Jesus' hands and feet and side. But what good is that to us? What happens when we doubt? Thomas had more proof than we ever will...didn't he?... #Faith #Sermon #Easter #Thomas #COVID19 #Lutheran
Apr 13, 2020
With Fear and Great Joy | Easter Sunday
Sermon for Easter Sunday during COVID-19. Text: Matthew28:1–8 + 1 Peter1:3–12 #COVID19 #Coronavirus #Isolation #Separation #Loneliness #Worship #WithMe #Easter #Lutheran
Apr 13, 2020
Forsaken | Good Friday
Sermon for Good Friday during COVID-19, preached for a virtual Tenebrae worship service with Southern Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod congregations. Text: Matthew 27:46 About the ninth hour Jesus cried out with a loud voice, saying, “Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?” which means “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” #COVID19 #Coronavirus #Isolation #Separation #Loneliness #Worship #WithMe #GoodFriday
Apr 10, 2020
A Dry Tongue on Maundy Thursday | Maundy Thursday
A sermon preached Maundy Thursday, April 9, 2020 by Rev. Jeff Hendrix at Faith Lutheran Church, Oregon, WI What do we do when we have been "exiled" from the Lord's Supper, the thing that gives the church its life? Mourn for what we have lost, but rejoice that we have God's Word. Sermon text: Ps. 137 + 1 co. 11 + Jn. 13 #COVID19 #Worship #WithMe
Apr 5, 2020
Is This The King You Expect? | Palm Sunday
Sermon based on the lessons for Palm Sunday, especially Philippians 2:5-11. Jesus is the unexpected king; the King who humbles Himself to save the word.
Mar 29, 2020
A Job No One Else Can Do; A Separation No One Else Can Remove | Lent 5
Sermon on Hebrews 9:11-15. COVID-19 has us all separated by the virus and the risk of infection. Sin has resulted in an even worse separation and an even deadlier consequence. No one could remove it, no sacrifice could atone for it, no person could do anything about it without adding to the problem. Except for one Man. One High Priest, THE High Priest. Jesus. Who offered His own life and instead of getting infected by our sin, infected us with His righteousness. In so doing He has removed the separation from us and from God and as a result God is always with us.
Mar 22, 2020
God Provides...Even in Crisis | Lent 4
First live stream sermon during our Lenten COVID-19 Cloister at home. Rest today and find your respite in Jesus, the Bread of Life. Noes for Lent 4: The Lord provided bread from heaven for His people in the wilderness. (Ex 16:2–21) Now He who is Himself the Living Bread from heaven miraculously provides bread for the 5000. (Jn 6:1–15) This takes place near the time of the Passover, after a great multitude followed Jesus across the Sea, when He went up on a mountain. Thus we see that Jesus is our new and greater Moses, who releases us from the bondage of Mt. Sinai and makes us free children of the promise. (Gal 4:21–31) Five loaves become twelves baskets, that is, the five books of Moses find their goal and fulfillment in Christ, whose people continue steadfastly in the doctrine and fellowship of the twelve apostles, and in the breaking and receiving of the Bread of Life, which is the body of Christ together with His precious blood, and in the prayers. (Acts 2:41…
Mar 15, 2020
God Guards His House | Lent 3
How should we react to the pandemic in our world? The devil would like to make us fear. Ultimately he wants us to fear death and make us despair of God. But God is stronger than the devil. He will not let His possessions and house - us Christians - be overcome. Take peace in the medicine of immortality that the Divine Physician Jesus gives.
Mar 8, 2020
It's God's Will | Lent 2
When we say, “It’s God’s will,” are we saying that God is in fact intending evil? Or when we say “It wasn’t God’s will,” are we saying that God is actually helpless to do something, or maybe that He just doesn’t care? The ironic thing is that when something happens that we love and that makes us happy, we are more than willing to say “this is God’s will.” When perhaps it’s not God’s will at all. What actually is God's will? This is what we learn in 1 Thessalonians 4:1-7
Mar 5, 2020
The Father's Love: Creation & Providence | Lent Vespers 1
In the first three words in Genesis , God describes who He is and what He does, and by implication, who we are not...
Mar 1, 2020
It's All On Him | Lent 1
Guest preacher: Rev. Josh Mayer. The head of anything always takes the blame. Our sin causes us all to be heading on a path towards death. But Jesus, takes the blame for us, and he leads us in a new direction.
Feb 26, 2020
Reconciled to God | Ash Wednesday
St. Paul says "be reconciled to God," and we think we can do this by the law. We try to convince God that we've changed. But we haven't. Rather, we are reconciled to God though the Gospel. Jesus becomes sin so we can become righteous and God says we've changed. We're reconciled.
Feb 23, 2020
When Heaven Opens | Quinquagesima / Baptism of Jesus
There’s this interesting line in Matthew’s account: “After Jesus was baptized, he immediately went up out of the water. Suddenly, the heavens were opened for him!" This line describes what baptism does for each person who is baptized.
Feb 9, 2020
Freedom in Grace | Septuagesima
Salvation takes no effort on our part. But living as one who is saved does. Sermon on 1 Corinthians 9:24-10:5
Feb 2, 2020
The Light that Overcomes Every Shadow | Candlemas
February 2, 2020 – The presentation of Jesus, Transfiguration, the Super Bowl, and Groundhogs Day. So what does this mean? Jesus shines bright like the sun, so if Simeon doesn’t see Jesus’ shadow, that means 40 more days of Lent – and the 49ers win the Super Bowl? Actually, there is a historical connection with these things (minus the Super Bowl). The Presentation of Jesus in the Temple is always on February 2nd. It’s 40 days after Christmas, and the day required by the Old Testament, for mothers to bring their babies in and offer a sacrifice of thanksgiving to God. It’s on that day that old Simeon takes Jesus in his arms and says He is a “light to lighten the Gentiles.” It became custom on this day by the late 600’s A.D. to light candles and to bless them for the Church’s use over the next year, as a reminder that Jesus is the Light of the World. A tradition or legend developed in Europe that if your candles and church are so bright than an a…
Jan 26, 2020
How to Grow the Church | Epiphany 3
The tactic that many churches try to grow the Church is antithetical to the advice St. Paul gives in Romans 12:16-21. Jesus also, in Matthew 8:1-13 stretches out His hand and welcomes the most unlikely people.
Jan 19, 2020
Love | Epiphany 2
Romans 12:6-16 Jesus' first miracle takes place at a wedding. Jesus' miracle tells us something of who He is and the way He loves us. The love between spouses and really anyone is to be a reflection of His love for us.
Jan 12, 2020
Worship, Church, & Kids | Epiphany 1
Sermon on Romans 12:1-5. What is worship? St. Paul defines it differently than how we might naturally think.
Jan 5, 2020
Who is God For? | Epiphany Sunday
Text: Romans 3:23-31. The wise men are the greatest example of people believing God was for them. And they had almost no reason to.
Dec 29, 2019
2020 Vision | 1st Sunday in Christmas
From Galatians 4:1-7. "When the set time had fully come." What does this mean? It means that everything that was supposed to happen in Christ's life has happened. It means that you can look toward 2020 with the vision of God Himself, who sees you with the righteousness if Jesus.
Dec 25, 2019
What's So Great About Christmas? | Christmas Day Sermon + Exordium
When someone has experienced only the feelings of fear, disappointment and inadequacy, the "feeling" of Christmas doesn't mean much. But is Christmas just a feeling?
Dec 24, 2019
Grace Has Appeared: For Our Past, Present, and Future | Christmas Eve
Jesus wasn't God's plan B. He was planned from before the foundation of the world, and your salvation was too. Jesus is born for you.
Dec 22, 2019
Rejoice(?): The Lord Is Near | Advent 4
Can we always rejoice? What about when life gets difficult? Do Christians always have to be happy? Is it wrong to be sad or afraid? Philippians 4:4-7 4Rejoice in the Lord always! I will say it again: Rejoice! 5Let your gentleness be known to everyone. The Lord is near. 6Do not worry about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God. 7And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
Dec 18, 2019
The Bridegroom Calls | Third Advent Vespers
Song of Songs chapter 4 doesn't seem like it belongs in Scripture. It seems like an intimate letter between a groom and his bride. And that's exactly what it is: Christ's letter to His Bride, the Church.
Dec 15, 2019
Stewards of God's Mysteries | Advent 3
The most joyous advent of Christ is the one where he comes to you, personally. He does this today though His sacraments (mysteries) and Word.
Dec 11, 2019
See the Bridegroom Coming | Second Advent Vespers
The procession of King Solomon to bring his bride back to his palace was quite the event. Christ coming to us is even better.
Dec 8, 2019
So That We Might Have Hope | Advent 2
The Jews in ancient Rome were focused on outward things, which separated them from their fellow Gentile Christians. They had focused too much on their past and present, and lost focus on what really united them: their future. Our God is a God of hope and a future.
Dec 4, 2019
Longing for the Bridegroom | First Advent Vespers
King Solomon wrote this Song of Songs, which means “The Greatest of All Songs,” for his marriage to a woman known only as “The Shulammite.” It is expressed in beautiful terms, and the love of each for the other is evident. Christian husbands and wives can learn to value and honor one another the way the king and his bride honor one another in the Song. But what is more, the Song depicts the relationship of God to His people Israel, which is frequently depicted in terms of a marriage. As St. Paul wrote (Eph. 5:25-26), “Husbands, love your wives, as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her, that he might sanctify her, having cleansed her by the washing of water with the word…” But Israel was repeatedly unfaithful, and God repeatedly had to come after them again with his grace. In this, the Song of Songs also becomes a picture of the relationship of Christ, the Bridegroom, to his Bride, the Church. So here, in our text, the Shulammite and her Bridegroo…
Dec 1, 2019
Our Salvation Draws Near | Advent 1
Our sins should terrify us, and Jesus'return did frighten us. But when they do, we can take comfort in Jesus' first Advent and look forward with joy to His second Advent.
Nov 27, 2019
God's Abundant Blessing | Thanksgiving
God uses the most joyous of all earthly things to describe something better. And He gives thanks for us.
Nov 24, 2019
Already but Not Yet | Last Sunday of the Church Year
Looks can be deceiving. Nowhere is this more true than the Church. Is this also true for heaven?
Nov 3, 2019
Set Apart From Struggle | All Saints Sunday
On All Saints Day we give thanks to God for the witness of those who have gone before us in the faith, who have overcome the battle though Christ and have gained the victory if heaven. We are still struggling here in Earth, but are en route to the shore of heaven where we will join them and be set apart from struggle.
Oct 28, 2019
500th Anniversary of the Leipzig Debate + Reformation Hymn Meditation
The Leipzig Debate (1519) between Martin Luther and Johann Eck was the event that made the Biblical idea of Sola Scriptura spread like wildfire to the common people. In a different type of sermon today, Pastor Hendrix leads us through the history of the Reformation starting all the way back in the Old Testament with Hezekiah's Reformation, and explains the significance of the Leipzig Debate using some important hymns of the Lutheran Church. Part of this sermon derived from Alex Ring, “Quincentennial of the Leipzig Debate,” Essay delivered at the 2019 ELS General Pastor’s Conference, Bloomington, MN, pg. 2, 3.
Oct 20, 2019
Christ Shames Death | Trinity 21
If someone is unfaithful to us, we have a tendency to want to shame them. God could and should do that to us for our unfaithfulness. But instead, Christ Shames Death.
Oct 13, 2019
"If Only" | Trinity 20
God expresses frustration over the fact that the majority of people reject or condemn Him. We often do too. Sometimes we take it personally. But when God teaches us about how some reject Him, God doesn't intend to guilt trip us into working harder. Instead, God wants to call us to repent over our doubt and comfort us with the assurance that all the elect are saved not because of our great work, but Christ's.
Oct 6, 2019
Expectations of the Pastoral Ministry | Trinity 19
The very first sermon pastor preached at Faith two years ago. Is the Pastoral Ministry what you expected? Or does God promise something more generous?
Sep 29, 2019
Angels in the House of God | St. Michael and All Angels
Broken homes and loneliness. What do angels, and specifically Jacob's vision of the angels ascending and descending the ladder to heaven, have to say to us regarding these very real issues today?
Sep 22, 2019
Jesus Heals Our Thankless Hearts | Trinity 14
Take it from someone who felt guilt and was immensely sad over loosing things in his life to learn how to be thankful even through hardship. Jeremiah has been called the"weeping prophet" but yet could rejoice even though losing all.
Sep 15, 2019
Going the Opposite Way | Trinity 13
God commands His people to go the opposite way. Charity is going the opposite way, and God goes the opposite way for us.
Sep 8, 2019
Healing and the Power of Word | Trinity 12
God works through means of medicine and people to provide healing. But what happens when it seems God doesn't? What happens when our bodies and our health get worse? Hear what God does though His Word.
Sep 3, 2019
The Saint and The Sinner | Trinity 11
Pharisees are usually bad, right? In 1 Corinthians 15 however, we see a righteous and humble Pharisee. So what makes one a saint or a sinner?
Aug 18, 2019
So Many Worries, One Thing Needful | Trinity 9
How do you manage everything you've got to do? Sports, music, family life, church? Learn from Mary and Martha of the One Thing Needful.
Aug 13, 2019
Slaves and Sons | Trinity 8
Each of us has our very own personal false prophet within us, calling us back to be slaves to our own lusts. Hear how God has adopted us as Sons in this sermon from Romans 8.
Jul 21, 2019
Discipleship | Trinity 5
What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus? How do you know if you are over? The answer of the Bible is not what you hear in most modern churches.
Jul 7, 2019
Who is a God Like This? | Trinity 3
What kind of god doesn't give someone what they deserve? Our God. Sermon on Micah 7:18-20
Jul 3, 2019
Come to the Feast | Trinity 2
Scripture constantly uses the theme of meals and feasting. This isn't just a coincidence. Hear why God, through Isaiah, invites us to come to the Feast. Sermon on Isaiah 25:6-9.
Jun 23, 2019
Rich* People Go To Heaven | Trinity 1
*Spiritually rich. The prophet Jeremiah says to not boast in your riches, wisdom, or strength. You cannot love God with all your heart, mind, or strength. But Christ has. So boast in Christ.
Jun 16, 2019
The Thrice-Holy God and You | Holy Trinity
Is the seemingly most impractical doctrine of the Trinity actually the most relevant to your everyday existence? Sermon for Confirmation and Trinity Sunday at Faith Lutheran Church.
Jun 9, 2019
The End of the World, The Birth of the Church, and Everything in Between | Pentecost Sunday
The birthday of the Christian church, Pentecost is about our future. Joel 2, which explains about the birth, life, and end of the Church on Earth, isn't really isn't about the Church at all, but about Jesus and the work of the Holy Spirit.
Jun 2, 2019
A New Heart | Exaudi Sunday
Should you follow your heart? What if your heart can't even? In Ezekiel 36:25-27, we see that God gives us a new heart that doesn't need to.
May 31, 2019
Ascension Raises You to be With God | Ascension
Where did Jesus ascend to? What does that mean about how God works? What does that mean for your life now? Sermon from Isaiah 57:15.
May 26, 2019
I Know the Plans I Have For You | Easter 6
What are God's plans for you life? The answer from Jeremiah 29:11-14 may surprise you.
May 20, 2019
He Has Become My Salvation | Easter 5
Isaiah's song from ch. 12 is a song about future salvation. The same could be said for our entire lives.
May 12, 2019
Waiting for God's Mercies | Easter 4
From Lamentations 3:18-26
May 6, 2019
Confident, Like Sheep | Easter 3
Sermon of Psalm 23.
Apr 29, 2019
Faith in Turmoil | Easter 2
Sermon of what Faith trusts in. Based on Job 19:25-27, also tying in the Gospel lesson from John 20:19-31.
Apr 21, 2019
Sprinkled With The Blood of Christ, We Will Rise | Easter Sunday
From Isaiah 52:13-15
Apr 20, 2019
Easter Vigil homily by St. John Chrysostom, peached by Pastor Jeff Hendrix, AD+2019
Apr 19, 2019
The Church Lives By Water and Blood | Good Friday
From John 19:30-35
Apr 18, 2019
Washed Clean | Maundy Thursday
From John 13:1-10
Apr 14, 2019
Rejoice in Your King | Palm Sunday
Palm Sunday, the day Jesus entered Jerusalem to die on a cross. What kind of King is He? Can we really rejoice and shout in what He brings?
Apr 7, 2019
Judged In Christ | Lent 5
God judged Abram, a pagan, worthy of a new home. Why? Because even Abram would be blessed by his descendant Jesus. And so are we.
Apr 7, 2019
What Does Baptism Mean? | Lent Vespers 4
Through the example of Nicodemus, the man who helped bury Jesus, we learn what baptism means.
Mar 31, 2019
Hungry For Forgiveness | Lent 4
Why bother going to church when you can just stay home and listen? The same reason Jesus lead the people into the wilderness to feed them.
Mar 27, 2019
The Power of Baptism | Lent Vespers 3
What does the Thief on the Cross have to teach us about Baptism and it's power?
Mar 24, 2019
A House Divided, United By Christ | Lent 3
Who has never faced division? The division caused by our spiritual enemies, is undone by the Stronger Man, great David's greater Son, Jesus.
Mar 20, 2019
What Does Baptism Do? | Lent Vespers 2
What does baptism do? In John 1:29, we see Jesus as the Lamb of God take upon Himself the sins of the world in his baptism, to be sent into the wilderness, where our sins will never be seen again. Our baptism gives us what Jesus won.
Mar 17, 2019
Don't Put God On Your Shoulders | Lent 2
Sermon from Isaiah 45. Does God remember His promises? Sometimes it doesn't seem like it.
Mar 13, 2019
What Is Baptism? | Lent Vespers 1
From Acts 8:26-38, the account of Philip and the Ethiopian
Mar 10, 2019
In The Wilderness of Temptation, Jesus Fights For Us | Lent 1
We can expect temptation and suffering, because we live in a sin-cursed desert. But we don't fight alone. We go into the wilderness, but Jesus is already there.
Mar 6, 2019
Ash Wednesday | Ashes & Death; Baptism & Life
The church begins Lent with Ash Wednesday, and the placing of ash crosses on forheads. The ashes not only remind us of our death, but of our new life in Christ though baptism.
Mar 3, 2019
Faith in God's Mercy | Quinquagesima Sunday
Faith needs an object. What is our faith in? in Jesus, and what His life and death mean for us.
Feb 24, 2019
God's Word Works | Sexagisma Sunday
God's Word is unlike our word. our words can only describe. God's can create. His Word gives life. His Word has power.
Feb 17, 2019
By Grace | Septuagesima Sunday
Jeremiah offers a beautiful picture of God's grace, which He had even before we were born. Grace is not deserved, but a gift.
Feb 6, 2019
God is with us in the waters | Epiphany 4
Will God never let anything bad happen to you? What did God promise when He had Isaiah write "when you cross through the waters, they will not sweep you away"? Today's sermon is a lesson on trust.